March 31, 2017

What It Is? What Causes It? How Do You Cure It?

First, What Is Resource Guarding?

The behavior commonly known as “resource guarding” is where a dog growls, snaps or bites whenever a human being, another dog, or sometimes another animal (like the family cat) gets too close to something the dog has strong feelings of attraction for. Common objects-of-attraction are food, bones, toys, human attention, and sleeping spots.

However, since a “resource” is a general c...

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